Last night The Rose Andom Center was honored at the Annual Downtown Denver Partnership Awards Dinner along with five other transformational projects recognized for dynamic contributions to our vital city center. The awards are based on recommendations from a panel of business leaders throughout Denver who weigh in on which projects made the most impact on the downtown area each year. Principal in charge of the Rose Andom project team, Joe Levi, attended the awards dinner and joined the Rose Andom group on stage to receive the award. Robert Willsie was the project manager and lead designer.
The Rose Andom Center helps empower victims of domestic violence by connecting them with the resources and support they need. The building leverages a nationally-recognized ” Family Justice Center” model providing co-located services and creating a centralized resource center. These co-located services include over twenty organizations providing services to domestic violence victims, the Denver Police Departments Domestic Violence Investigation Unit, and a city and district attorney to minimize complicated processes, increase collaboration, and ensure the best possible service and help. OZ is honored to have worked with the Denver Justice Center team providing victims of domestic violence a comforting, warm, and welcoming place with easy access to the support they need.
Read more about the winning projects of the Downtown Denver Partnership Awards in the articles below.